SC Business Review - Upcoming Guests
June 19, 2013
A Sister’s Call
In 1977, our next guest's brother went missing. Twenty years later, he showed back up in his hometown of Greenville, SC, suffering from paranoid schizophrenia. Over the next fourteen years, his sister, Rebecca Schaper attempted, and she and her family would even say, became obsessed, with trying to help Call Richmond recover and return to society as a normal productive person. These extraordinary circumstances were filmed and turned into the documentary "A Sister’s Call" which has won numerous awards around the country. We came across Rebecca at the Beaufort International Film Festival earlier this year.
Mike Switzer interviews Rebecca Schaper in the studio in Columbia.
June 20, 2013Charleston Bakery Fills Wholesale Niche
If you've been to Charleston lately, you've probably noticed the ever-increasing number of restaurants opening up all over the city. It has become not only Conde Nast's #1 tourist spot in the world but a very popular "foodie" destination,
as well. Last fall our next guest decided to take advantage of this burgeoning situation, by providing the area's fine dining establishments with a source for local artisan baked goods.
Mike Switzer interviews David Schnell, owner of Brown's Court Bakery and he joins us by phone from his boulangerie in Charleston.
June 21, 2013Required Minimum Distribution Rules For IRAs Can Be Avoided
Now that investors have completed their tax returns for 2012, our next guest says they should turn their attention to planning for this year's taxes. For those of you over the age of 70, or with parents in that group, this means the possibility of required minimum distributions from a retirement account.
Mike Switzer interviews Scotty Scott, a certified financial planner with Abacus Planning Group in Columbia.